All in all, despite heavy rain and very high-speed winds, the Spring-Ford area seemed to come through the other side of Hurricane Sandy in fairly good shape.
Limerick's police chief, William Albany, told Patch today that there were some areas that the township is very concerned about, particularly on the northern side of the township around Steinmetz, Laver and Kurtz Roads.
As of midday, the township had asked PECO to prioritize getting into that area because there were people trapped in their homes with no way to evacuate. Otherwise, PECO and township public works staff are working very hard to get power back on and damage cleaned up.
Royersford Borough Manager Michael Leonard said that the borough had gotten very lucky. The river did not flood up onto 1st Avenue, unlike last year during Hurricane Irene.
"Last year we had water in the garages [at the Pointe at River Glen]," Leonard said. "This year it didn't come up."
Spring City Borough Manager Dennis Rittenhouse also said they'd gotten lucky and the damage was minimal.
"Public Works crews are out cleaning up fallen branches on the roads and sidewalks," Rittenhouse said.
Here's a gallery of photos from Tuesday morning. If you have photos, add yours too!